Our Personal Care Assistants are carefully selected and triple screened. They can help your loved ones do the things they can’t do for themselves. Personal care assistants help disabled individuals get in and out of bed, bathe, dress, eat, and other daily living activities. Things we take for granted such as preparing food, keeping the house clean, food shopping, and other daily tasks. Our Asstants can help keep people independent, healthy, safe, and in their own homes.
- Alzheimers/Dementia Care
Does your loved one need help with chores like housecleaning, yard work, grocery shopping or laundry? Some grocery stores and drug stores will take orders over the phone and offer delivery services. Cleaning services can help with laundry, and some dry cleaners offer pick up and delivery. For seniors who have health problems or age-related conditions that make it hard to get around or take care of themselves, home care might be the ideal solution.
- Preparing Meals
- Doing Dishes
- Good Company and Friendship
Our Home care workers can visit a home at a set time each day can provide medication reminders. Registered nurses (RNs) provide skilled medical care, including giving medications, monitoring vital signs, dressing wounds, and teaching family caregivers how to use complicated equipment at home. Therapists can work with patients to restore or maintain their motor, speech and cognitive skills.
- Wound Care
- Monitoring Complex Health Conditions
- Assistance with Medical Equipment
- Indwelling Catheter
- Naso-Gastric (NG) / Gastrostomy (GT) Tube Feeding